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This guide will describe how to remove the charging port of your Nokia Lumia 1020.

This replacement will be useful if you want to replace a damaged charging port. Most commonly, charging ports can be damaged from accumulating debris or water damage. If you are having issues charging your device, you may want to consider replacing the charging port.

  1. Use a SIM door key to remove the SIM card and SIM card tray from the device. Use a T4 screwdriver to loosen the captured torx screw to the right of the SIM card tray (the screw will not come out).
    • Use a SIM door key to remove the SIM card and SIM card tray from the device.

    • Use a T4 screwdriver to loosen the captured torx screw to the right of the SIM card tray (the screw will not come out).

  2. Wedge a spudger in between the screen and the back of the device, starting from the top left corner of the phone. Gently pry the screen away from the back of the device using slight upward pressure. Slide the spudger down towards the bottom left corner of the device, continuing to gently pry upwards. The screen will now be slightly separated from the back of the phone.
    • Wedge a spudger in between the screen and the back of the device, starting from the top left corner of the phone.

    • Gently pry the screen away from the back of the device using slight upward pressure.

    • Slide the spudger down towards the bottom left corner of the device, continuing to gently pry upwards. The screen will now be slightly separated from the back of the phone.

  3. Wedge a spudger underneath the silver rectangle in the upper right corner until it pops off the back of the phone. Wedge a spudger underneath the silver rectangle in the upper right corner until it pops off the back of the phone. Wedge a spudger underneath the silver rectangle in the upper right corner until it pops off the back of the phone.
    • Wedge a spudger underneath the silver rectangle in the upper right corner until it pops off the back of the phone.

  4. Wedge a spudger underneath the silver rectangle in the lower left corner until it pops off the back of the phone. Completely remove the screen from the back of the phone. Completely remove the screen from the back of the phone.
    • Wedge a spudger underneath the silver rectangle in the lower left corner until it pops off the back of the phone.

    • Completely remove the screen from the back of the phone.

  5. Unscrew the two 4 mm torx screws on the top silver strip with a T4 screwdriver. Unscrew the 4.5 mm torx screw above the gold bar with a T6 screwdriver. Grab the edges of the gold strip with gripped tweezers to remove. The gold and silver metal will come off together.
    • Unscrew the two 4 mm torx screws on the top silver strip with a T4 screwdriver.

    • Unscrew the 4.5 mm torx screw above the gold bar with a T6 screwdriver.

    • Grab the edges of the gold strip with gripped tweezers to remove. The gold and silver metal will come off together.

  6. Be careful not to puncture the battery.                                                                    Use a spudger to slice the black tape on the left side of the battery. Remove the battery with your finger. Wedge a spudger underneath the small black rectangle attached to the battery until it pops off.
    • Be careful not to puncture the battery. Use a spudger to slice the black tape on the left side of the battery.

    • Remove the battery with your finger.

    • Wedge a spudger underneath the small black rectangle attached to the battery until it pops off.

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  8. Use the T4 screwdriver to remove the 4 mm torx screw. Remove the  headphone jack by pulling back on the silver plate with your fingernail. Remove the  headphone jack by pulling back on the silver plate with your fingernail.
    • Use the T4 screwdriver to remove the 4 mm torx screw.

    • Remove the headphone jack by pulling back on the silver plate with your fingernail.

  9. Remove the headphone jack with spudger. Wedge the spudger underneath the grey rectangle and pry until it pops off. Note this piece is glued and may require more force than previous rectangles. Headphone jack is fully removed and can be replaced.
    • Remove the headphone jack with spudger.

    • Wedge the spudger underneath the grey rectangle and pry until it pops off. Note this piece is glued and may require more force than previous rectangles.

    • Headphone jack is fully removed and can be replaced.

  10. Use your fingernail to grip the rear-facing camera on the upper middle part of the back of the phone. Pry until it pops off to the left. Remove the camera by wedging a spudger underneath the attached gold foil. Remove the camera by wedging a spudger underneath the attached gold foil.
    • Use your fingernail to grip the rear-facing camera on the upper middle part of the back of the phone. Pry until it pops off to the left.

    • Remove the camera by wedging a spudger underneath the attached gold foil.

  11. Disconnect the two gold connectors from the motherboard using a spudger. Be gentle with the  connectors to make sure they are not damaged.
    • Disconnect the two gold connectors from the motherboard using a spudger.

    • Be gentle with the connectors to make sure they are not damaged.

  12. Using a T4 screwdriver, remove four 4.60 mm screws to disconnect the motherboard from the rest of the device. Be sure not to lose the screws. Be sure not to lose the screws.
    • Using a T4 screwdriver, remove four 4.60 mm screws to disconnect the motherboard from the rest of the device.

    • Be sure not to lose the screws.

  13. Use the spudger to remove motherboard first from the top right corner, then bottom right corner, then the bottom left corner. After loosening the motherboard, begin to remove the component  by starting at the top right corner first, then pull motherboard out. After loosening the motherboard, begin to remove the component  by starting at the top right corner first, then pull motherboard out.
    • Use the spudger to remove motherboard first from the top right corner, then bottom right corner, then the bottom left corner.

    • After loosening the motherboard, begin to remove the component by starting at the top right corner first, then pull motherboard out.

  14. Using a T4 screwdriver, unscrew four 4.60 mm screws to disconnect the rear camera casing from the rest of the device.
    • Using a T4 screwdriver, unscrew four 4.60 mm screws to disconnect the rear camera casing from the rest of the device.

  15. Use a hairdryer to heat up the adhesive of the plastic base. This may take around 5 minutes.
    • Use a hairdryer to heat up the adhesive of the plastic base. This may take around 5 minutes.

    • This may take more than 5 minutes. Also, the iOpener by itself may not provide enough heat to truly melt the adhesive.

  16. Insert the spudger on the edges of the base and lift up. Insert the spudger on the edges of the base and lift up. Insert the spudger on the edges of the base and lift up.
    • Insert the spudger on the edges of the base and lift up.

  17. Now that the base is loose, lift it with your fingers and separate it from the case. Now that the base is loose, lift it with your fingers and separate it from the case.
    • Now that the base is loose, lift it with your fingers and separate it from the case.

  18. After removing the base, slide the spudger in underneath the speaker, and slide the spudger across. The speaker and charging port assembly should then come out easily. The speaker and charging port assembly should then come out easily.
    • After removing the base, slide the spudger in underneath the speaker, and slide the spudger across.

    • The speaker and charging port assembly should then come out easily.

  19. Lastly, wedge the spudger on one side of the charging port and push out. Once it is loose, the charging port comes right out! There are clips that you need to get past, so don't be afraid to push a little harder than normal. The smaller piece from the disassembly is the charging port while the larger piece is the speaker.
    • Lastly, wedge the spudger on one side of the charging port and push out. Once it is loose, the charging port comes right out!

    • There are clips that you need to get past, so don't be afraid to push a little harder than normal.

    • The smaller piece from the disassembly is the charging port while the larger piece is the speaker.

Conclusione

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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